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We hiked the trail in early February after Hana had a lot of rain, it even rained before during and after we did the trail. Luckily we had good shoes and the Visitor's Center staff gave us walking sticks to use. I've never used one...More
I would say Pipiwai trail was my favorite place in Maui. Its a beautiful 3km oneway trail with 2 waterfalls and runs between a bamboo forest. I think people with every fitness levels can do it. Waimoku waterfall at the end of the trail is...More
This is definitely the best hike on Maui. Park in the visitor lot and follow the easily posted map signs. For a seasoned hiker this one is easy, could easily do this in 2 hours if going at a good pace. With our 5 yr...More
Worth the drive (which was an adventure in itself!). Easy-moderate hike through beautiful rain forest with an amazing rest area with an enormous banyan tree with spreading branches. The only reason it is not five stars is that the waterfalls, stream and pools were relatively...More
This is an amazing hike and worth the trip down the Road to Hana to reach it. A short ways in you reach a beautiful Banyan Tree and shortly after that you start a mile hike through an awesome bamboo forest and you end at...More
Had picked this as a must hike for my trip to Maui. It was definitely challenging to say the least. It costs $25 to get into the park, unless you have been to the Haleakalā Crater in the last three days. There are bathrooms available,...More
The Pipiwai Trail is just 10 miles past Hana on same road. The road to this trail does not look any different before or after Hana. You are allowed to take your rental car to this Trail (and the National Park that it sits... More
The Pipiwai Trail is just 10 miles past Hana on same road. The road to this trail does not look any different before or after Hana. You are allowed to take your rental car to this Trail (and the National Park that it sits in). The Parking lot is about 30 feet from the road and if that one is full you have to park in the overflow lot a block away. At some point the road turns to dirt and many rental cars are not allowed on it (I have never driven that far past Hana but know someone who has).
Also, the road to Hana leads to Hana. Bring motion sickness pills as it is easy to get car sick if you are not in the driver seat (lots of curves on this road).